In memory of

Vivian Polich Finco, age 90, of Clancy

March 23, 1924 – August 23, 2014

Vivian Polich Finco, age 90, of Clancy, passed away  Saturday, August 23, 2014 of natural causes.

Vivian was born to Tony and Annie Polich on March 7, 1924 in Roundup, Montana. She graduated from Roundup High School.  Vivian married Ernest Finco in April of 1945.

She is survived by her daughter Vivyann Gray, granddaughter Deanna Battershell (Ross), grandson Troy Gray, great grandsons Dustin Hoffman and Trevin Hoffman, and great granddaughter Ashley Bird.

She is preceded in death by her, husband Ernest Finco, parents Tony and Annie Polich and son-in-law Dennis Gray.

Vivian’s family wishes to give a special thanks to the staff of Elkhorn Health and Rehab in Clancy, Montana.

A graveside service will be held at 11:00 a.m., on Friday, August, 29th, at New Miners Cemetery, Roundup, Montana. Please visit below to offer the family a condolence or to share a memory of Vivian.

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  1. Bob & Joan Rom says

    We were so sorry to hear of your mother’s passing; we send our deepest condolences. Bob remembers with fondest memories of working with your mother at Van Dykes Grocery. I’ll never forget her putting candy bars in my grocery bag when I shopped there. We hope to drive over to Roundup Friday morning. Joan

  2. Jim Langsather says

    Your mom had a very long life and I am sorry to see it had to end. Remember the good times and thank god you had her for all those years. I worked with your mom and Bertha from 57-59 while I was in my junior-senior school days. We had a lot of fun during those days in the “old” Van Dykes store. I also got my hair cut by your dad Ernie until I went to the miltary service. Jim

  3. Billy Zywot says

    Vivian was my neighbor for 9 years at 8 South Park Av–at the Serendipity Apartment bldg. I always reminded Vivian that she was, and still is, the ‘Betty White’ of our building. Vivian was an example of how keeping active was the key to a wonderful, and long life. Vivian had the luxury to live a full life and then go to the lord with her boots on. God bless Vivian, and condolences to the family. Thank you Vivian for the Joy of knowing you. Love billyz

  4. Bev and Don Opitz says

    Dear ViVyann and family, I always looked forward to seeing your mom at 5 o’clock mass at the cathedral on Saturday night and having a nice visit with her. We would reminisce about Roundup . Remember all the good times for they will bring you comfort. HUGS to all of you.
    God bless. Beverly Zupan Opitz.

  5. geneese hewitt says

    i really miss her she was a wonderful person and was always willing to listion. she use to always made me smile god bless all of the family. she will be missed thanks for the few things that she gave me. god bless vivian & family
    love geneese

  6. Bill Edwards says

    Vivyann, I was sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. We worked together at VanDykes Grocery on Main Street when Bill Amdor was the owner when I was in High School. I worked in the meat dept. for a while & then Bill moved me to stocking shelves & delivering groceries–while I still had all my fingers!! We had a lot of fun with lots of good memories. What a great place to start your working career. Your dad, Ernie, gave me a lot of flat-top haircuts.

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